Having implemented a number of projects on Sitefinity Digital Design has prepared a series of articles about how the integrated digital tools of this platform help to develop the Internet projects.
While working on a project we may lack tips like “press W to move forward”. We want to help those who manage functional requirements and present top 10 tips to implement an automated system successfully.
The head office of Digital Design is located in St. Petersburg, and we are also present in other cities. For example, our employees in Vladimir are permanently working on a remote basis without having a physical office. At the same time, we implement projects from Germany to Kamchatka, so we are really experienced in working with customers and employees remotely. Vladimir, head of the R&D Department, and chief ideologist of Digital Workplace implementation, will share his thoughts on the most relevant and popular cloud-based tools.
Many companies with no experience of remote work are forced to change ways of interaction urgently under current conditions. Digital Design staff has a significant experience both in remote work and remote project management. This is how the Research & Development Department is working, and Vladimir, its director, is willing to share his knowledge on how to move working processes into the remote mode quickly and effectively. Here are the most useful tips for management and employees.
Digital Design has entered the Digital Workplace era. As we are just exploring this new approach, our colleague, the Digital Workplace evangelist, who is busy implementing it for our clients, plunged into the world of this concept. Now we even cannot find him in the office. Together with Vladimir, we will explain simply and clearly what digital workplace is and outline 6 mistakes frequently made while implementing digital workplace in a company.
If you are thinking of utilizing a cloud-based solution in your organization, then you might find our article on Sharepoint features interesting.
Though cloud-based environments are not fully embraced by large enterprises, there is no denying that in the past few years the use of cloud solutions like Office 365 had a significant rise on the market. Still, most enterprises have their own server facilities. And most businesses of such scale either have already built data centers or they are planning on doing so, because unlike small businesses enterprises can afford it. But is this really the best decision? In order to answer this question let’s draw the comparison between server and cloud-based environments.